In the new video that accompanies the Women’s Fall-Winter 2018 collection, key looks and accessories come through with a sense of individuality and reinforce the strength of inspired design. Nicolas Ghesquière developed the ready-to-wear with an eye oriented towards contemporary savoir-faire, such that a bustier embroidered by hand using a crochet technique gives off metallic lustre, while a tweed jacket hand-stitched with chain embroidery elevates a traditional pattern with extra shine. Colour-blocked dresses and tops boast inlays of silk and jersey that reinforce the collection’s contrasting attitudes of elegance and sport style. The Headline shoes combine craftsmanship and artistic flourish: hand-painted ostrich leather, a heel enveloped in python, and a metal-and-leather accessory placed by hand comprise this striking design. These are just a few glimpses into the array of detailing that makes up the collection. Each new statement on each girl is the sum of myriad well-considered parts.
The Women’s Fall-Winter 2018 collection by Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton presents elegant eclecticism and thoughtful craftsmanship.Nicolas Ghesquière Ready to Wear
The Women’s Fall-Winter 2018 collection by Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton explores space through classicism and sparkle.
This collection is an invitation to travel between past and future by linking savoir-faire with forward vision. Recombining established wardrobe codes, remixing era references and reimagining contemporary elegance, Nicolas Ghesquière has proposed an offering that appears at once original and familiar. Whether an ample coat or a fluid evening dress, slim trousers or blouses with flattering volumes, his collection asserts an updated interpretation of French chic. Colours enhance classic silhouettes and eclectic flourishes add new sophistication. Alongside these looks are the latest handbag, which further the iconic signatures of Louis Vuitton. Among the standouts: a hatbox scaled down to a miniature size in the classic Monogram canvas; or the new Petite Malle, which envelops the Maison’s heritage with a layer of sparkle. Altogether, a sense of fluid force designed to endure.
Explore the Women’s Fall Winter 2018 collection campaign.Nicolas Ghesquière Campaign
Louis Vuitton invites you to support your team and embrace the "fair play" spirit with a free collection of Louis Vuitton x FIFA World Cup stickers.
Throughout the Fifa World Cup Russia™, animated football stickers are available for browsing and downloading to your smartphone so you can message them in an instant.
In addition, Louis Vuitton is proud to celebrate sport and football during the World Cup Russia™ competition with three special projects: the new FIFA World Cup™ Trophy Travel Case, the Official Match Ball Collection Trunk and a distinctive and playful Licensed Product Collection in Louis Vuitton’s classic Epi leather.Fifa Word Cup Russia™ Stickers Football Soccer
An overview of the personalities attending the Louis Vuitton Spring-Summer 2019 show in Paris.
Figuring as it does among Paris Fashion Week's key events, the Louis Vuitton Men’s show is always highly anticipated. This time more than ever with the arrival of Men's Artistic Director, Virgil Abloh. On June 22nd, photographer Jackie Nickerson captured the arrival of celebrities and guests of the Maison, as they entered the Domaine du Palais Royal.
Among the personalities present: Rihanna, Chadwick Boseman, Jing Boran, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Naomi Campbell, Bella Hadid, Rita Ora, Takanori Iwata, Swae Lee, Liu Haoran,Kylie Jenner, Dan Carter...Fashion Show Ready-to-Wear Virgil Abloh Photography
Virgil Abloh brings a rainbow of inspiration and inclusivity to his first Men’s collection for Louis Vuitton.
Within the gardens of the Domaine du Palais Royal, a gradient rainbow runway signalled the new vision of Virgil Abloh. Uniting the Maison’s tradition of travel and luxury with a global message of positivity, Louis Vuitton’s Men’s Ready-to-Wear Artistic Director proposed a collection complete with reimagined contemporary silhouettes, leather goods and accessories. Beginning with the opening looks in layers of white, the line-up continued as a representation of light refracted through a prism – a spectrum not just of colour but also design possibilities.
Relaxed tailoring maintained a strong presence as the constant between comfortable day looks and formal attire. Harnesses and vests featuring an archive pocket design embodied Abloh’s idea of “accessomorphosis” whereby an accessory becomes a garment, thus evolving its function. Streetwear silhouettes took on elevated new forms through an exact twist of three-percent from their original shape. The iconic Keepall became dynamically revisited in transparent and iridescent monogram surfaces, or else in all-over white, ruby red and emerald leathers – each bag boasting an enlarged chain strap.
As models from around the world walked the runway in LV Skate trainer boots, formal derbies studded with LV hardware, and vintage LV Runner trainers, they evoked Abloh’s ideal of the Yellow Brick Road, Dorothy’s path of discovery and otherworldly escape. Scenes from the film appear integrated into embroidered knitwear and printed outwear, in addition to the final silver leather poncho with commemorative Louis Vuitton and Wizard of Oz beaded patches. This was Abloh’s story of a dream made real, and the future is bright.Instagram Fashion show Ready to Wear Palais Royal Virgil Abloh